Week 25! Back from San Francisco. Had a great time - more on that later. Came back late Wednesday, so didn't get much WIP progress as I felt so tired today. Here's the bit I did get done
on a flower for WIP #3. Almost ready to do some slow stitching on Sunday.
To thank you for all the eye candy you've been posting this year, I have a book giveaway.
I was looking for a quilt book on my shelves and found I have two copies of this. I haven't gotten to it, but I want to make a quilt out of it. Don't let the blocks on the cover intimidate you - mostly fussy cutting really and very easy. They have great paper templates inside.
To win this copy, all you need to do is link a post with some eye candy to have a chance for it to be yours. It doesn't have to be a WIP - all sorts of eye candy is eligible and very welcome - even projects you finished a while ago, haven't started, or are even dreaming about - it'll all be new to me. You can (1) link a blog post (an old one will do) or a photostream address. Or you can go to Michele's blog, and (2)leave a comment on what you think of her Visual Overload. Then (3) let me know. New to her blog? Become a follower of hers and (4)let me know and you'll have four chances. I'll pick a winner Tuesday morning after the linky party closes Monday, midnight. Link button below.
I'm linking to Sarah's HeLP for Hexie-aholics
and Sarah's Can I Get a Whoop, Whoop?
. Lots of eye candy there.
What a fun star!! I will try it to.ReplyDelete
What an interesting star, it reminded me that I've a GFG UFO around here somewhere that really needs to be completed.ReplyDelete
What a pretty star. And it looks quite difficult :)ReplyDelete
would love a chance at the book - looks interestingReplyDelete
I really like your star, too. I like how the gray looks like light rays shining from the center.ReplyDelete
WOW, surely is a visual over load and as you said , it is a lot to absorb and needs several visits to her post to real appreciate it all. Thanks for sharing it Angie.ReplyDelete
Left comments on both blogs, Angie. :)ReplyDelete
I love you "bit" of hexie.ReplyDelete
Love your hexie star! It looks like Karen's technique? Maybe I'm wrong but I have yet to try it...someday!ReplyDelete
Love that hexie star. I haven't seen those before. The book looks interesting.ReplyDelete
Your hexies are gorgeous! They will make a lovely flower!ReplyDelete
Love that hexagon flower you're making! I will be linking up. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
great hexie. From the cover the book looks a bit complicated to meReplyDelete
That Visual Overload is just that--so much inspiring and awesome handwork--lovely!ReplyDelete
I love your star! I have the book you are giving away and have just made a quilt from it. It was a lot of fun and very easy. So, don't put me in for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
Just found your blog.. I also loved visual overload it sure was a ton of eye candy. I would love to win that book. Good luck to everyone.ReplyDelete
Visual Overload:such a lovely post! The stained glass is outstanding! I enjoyed seeing the needlework.ReplyDelete
GFC follower for William Morris in Quilting: nicolesenderReplyDelete